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Poster: greenone Date: Jan 27, 2012 5:23am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Collection and Band name are slightly different

Hi - the collection name is always no spaces, since it's the part of the URL after /details/, so no need to worry about that. It just takes a little while for the search engine to index things - usually it takes care of things overnight - and I do indeed see it listed on the band's page now.

On a separate note, you may notice that the FLAC and mp3 files are on separate lines on that page - you don't need to upload your own mp3's as the system will create them for you automatically. If you want to fix this, I can help.

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Poster: dr_calahan Date: Jan 27, 2012 11:05am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Collection and Band name are slightly different

Yes, you might as well fix it, I set to derive, I should have known better!

I guess my bigger question though is: My DATs are recorded at either 48K or 44.1K because back in the day at the beginning I just didn't think it mattered that much, so early tapes are at 48K. I'm transferring digitally, and setting the bit depth to 24. So the tapes are 48/24 and I'm having no problem playing back these or the mp3s. Is there any reason to go through the step of making 44.1 / 16 bit files available? Will the derive process make 44.1 ? Just seems like what is the point if you are not going to burn a CD...I listen to everything over Google Music now, FLAC streaming to my phone :-) :-)...oh yea! Thanks for the help!!

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Poster: greenone Date: Jan 27, 2012 12:47pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Collection and Band name are slightly different

It'll be fixed and derived in a few minutes.

As far as going from 16>24 bit with DAT...I'm not sure why, as you're basically adding eight bits worth of zeroes on top. I understand some programs temporarily convert to higher bit depths for editing and other manipulation, but I don't think you derive any benefit from leaving the files at 24-bit.

As for 48kHz vs. 44.1kHz, totally up to you. We can't derive 44.1 from 48, so if you're going to leave them in 48 I would make a note of it for those who DO want to burn CDs.

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Poster: dr_calahan Date: Jan 27, 2012 2:24pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Collection and Band name are slightly different

Ok, good to know. Thank you for the help!